Here’s what happened after these golfers used SuperSpeed Golf
SuperSpeed Golf sticks come in a set of three different weights. The product works by making the body move faster during a known movement pattern to reset the normal reaction speed of the body. Since 2014 SuperSpeed Golf has helped over 700 Tour players and thousands of amateur golfers swing faster, increase their distance, and lower their scores.
Overspeed Training works by getting the body to move at a faster than normal speed during a known motor pattern. Essentially the brain has a set speed for the neuro-muscular response when a golfer makes a golf swing. We first need to increase the response speed from the body by reducing the “load” or in this case the weight of the club. We then need to gradually increase this load to teach the brain that the body is capable of running the motor pattern faster. In our application to golf, we use a club that is about 20% lighter than a driver, one that is 10% lighter, and one that is 5% heavier in order to achieve maximum results from OverSpeed training.
We recommend measuring club head speed with any type of launch monitor technology such as Trackman or Flightscope. Launch monitors can provide a golf player with important information about their swing, such as club head speed, ball speed, launch angle, and spin rate. Here is a recent article about our favorite launch monitors. Whether you’re looking for features, accuracy, or price, we’ve got you covered.
It will increase all your club head speeds and therefore all distances should increase as long as the other factors stay the same.
A 5% increase is common after just the first session. You’ll find that performing 3 workouts per week over a 6 week period will make this increase permanent. Speeds then continue to increase working through the progressive protocol levels.
Anywhere with sufficient space including a driving range, basement, or backyard. If you want to train at the gym make sure to put a piece of turf or mat down in a private area.
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